Motor Controller Integrated Circuit
Motor controller is through the active work of the integrated circuit to control the motor in accordance with the set direction, speed, angle, response time to work. Making the motor more extensive range of applications, higher output efficiency, less noise and so on.
CNC programmable stepper motor controller with stepper motor driver, stepper motor to form a perfect stepper motor control system, can control the three stepper motor time-sharing operation The controller uses a computer-based programming language, with input , Output, count and other instructions. With a flexible programming, to adapt to a wide range of features, can be widely used in a variety of control automation.
This product uses high-power intelligent module, excellent cooling and cooling system, reliable power control system, closed-loop sampling feedback control system to optimize the composition. With a fast response, control the operation of stable, maintenance-free features.
Principle of motor controller editing
In many applications, small motors with power levels below 300 W are used, such as automobiles, printers, copiers, paper processors, factory automation,
Space and military vehicles, test equipment and robots. Overall, the output of the motor is approximately inversely proportional to its power, which means that the output of the small motor is far greater than that of the large motor.
The motor controller can be divided into DC motor controller and AC motor controller according to its current form. The motor can be divided into DC motor, brushless DC motor and stepping motor according to the different driving mode. The drive can also be divided into a unipolar stepper motor drive circuit and a bipolar stepper motor drive circuit
The most widely used small motors include DC motors, brushless DC motors and stepper motors. The main difference between stepper motors, DC motors and brushless DC motors is their drive mode.
Principle of motor controller
Small motors with power less than 300 W, such as cars, printers, copiers, paper processors, factory automation, space and military vehicles, test equipment and robots, are used in many applications. Overall, the output of the motor is approximately inversely proportional to its power, which means that the output of the small motor is far greater than that of the large motor.